Working in the real virtual world

What would you do if the gaming motherboard in your virtual reality computer gets fried?

Google it?

Go outside?

Climb under the desk?

Call for a translator?

All perfectly reasonable responses – however for Craig’s combined year 11 & 12 Applied Information Technology class it became a learning opportunity.

NLSC News came across Ganga Singh, Cameron Powell, George Bayly and Stanislav Petukhov working as a collaborative group. The objective was to have some peer-to-peer instruction and nothing could go ahead without explanation from each of the students.

They were installing a new MiTX gaming motherboard with DDR5 RAM and new 12th Gen in the VR computer. 

This is the type of challenge students enrolled in AIT solve every day. If you want to learn about the course contact Craig Blair.